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Ashford Lake
Ashford Lake is located in Connecticut
Ashford Lake
Ashford Lake
Location within Connecticut
LocationAshford, Connecticut, United States of America
Coordinates41°54′01″N 72°07′42″W / 41.90036°N 72.12825°W / 41.90036; -72.12825
TypeArtificial
Primary inflowsIntermittent streams, runoff, springs
Primary outflowsGoss Brook
Basin countriesUnited States of America (Connecticut)
Managing agencyAshford Lake POA
First flooded1949
Max. length0.59 mi (0.95 km) approx.
Max. width0.19 mi (0.31 km) approx.
Surface area52.6 acres (21.3 ha)
Max. depth12 ft (3.7 m)
Surface elevation659 ft (201 m)
FrozenDecember through March (most winters)
Islands0
References[1]

Ashford Lake is a small, shallow, privately owned pond located in the eastern part of the town of Ashford in northeastern Connecticut, along the town's border with Eastford. The pond has an area of 52.6 acres and a maximum depth of approximately 12 feet. Its normal surface elevation is 659 feet above sea level.[1]

History

Ashford Lake was created in 1949 when an earthen dam was constructed on Goss Brook.[2]

On July 17, 2018, an EF0 tornado -- the first tornado to touch down in Windham County since 1992 -- struck Ashford Lake and the surrounding neighborhoods, downing trees, damaging homes, and killing three household rabbits.[3]

Description

Ashford Lake's inflows consist of intermittent small streams and runoff, along with springs at the bottom of the pond. The pond's waters are held back by an earthen embankment dam on its south shore. Ashford Lake's outlet is Goss Brook, which flows over the dam's spillway and eventually into the Mount Hope River.[2]

Recreation

Ashford Lake is only accessible to homeowners and their guests. The pond is home to private beaches which can be used by residents. Ashford Lake has no boat launch, but residents may use their own boats as long as electric motors are used. NO GAS[2]

Flora and fauna

Ashford Lake is home to abundant aquatic vegetation, but most of it cannot be seen from the surface, and thus it poses little negative impacts on recreation. The pond has no invasive plant species. Patches of Sparganium sp. are common along the shore, while Eleocharis acicularis, Isoetes sp., Nuphar variegata and Brasenia schreberi are sparse. A progression of plant species occur with increasing depth. Najas flexilis dominates areas from one to six feet deep, Utricularia radiata occurs in six to nine feet of water and Potamogeton foliosus is present in water from nine to twelve feet.[1]

Fish are occasionally spotted in Ashford Lake's waters, such as largemouth bass.

References

  1. ^ a b c http://www.ct.gov/caes/cwp/view.asp?a=2799&q=435974
  2. ^ a b c http://www.lakelubbers.com/ashford-lake-754/
  3. ^ Rondinone, Nicholas; Dempsey, Christine (July 18, 2018). "Weather Service Confirms Tornado Touched Down In Eastern Connecticut". The Hartford Courant. Retrieved July 18, 2018.
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